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   CMSA OF EASTERN OK 2016 CONFERENCE
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"Curing Adultitis: Your Prescription for Less Stress & More Success"

Jason Kotecki is an artist who speaks. Really, really well! He is an expert at help- ing people “Escape Adulthood,” in order to restore balance, beat burnout, and be- come more innovative by breaking rules that don’t exist. His mission is to fight Adultitis, sharing strategies from childhood to create lives with less stress and more success. Jason is passionate about sharing his message that there is more to life than the hectic busyness, cynical lethargy and overwhelming stress that is typi- cal of most modern lives. Jason's inspiring, entertaining and heart-warming pro- grams are visual masterpieces jam-packed with relevant, practical information coated in fun.

His book“Penguins Can’t Fly +39 Other Rules That Don’t Exist,” is a delightful book that will help you uncover and break the so-called rules that could be holding you back from a life of awesome. It’s a magical combination of Jason’s whimsical illustrations, humorous wit, and poignant anecdotes. It explores small but mighty actions you can take to turn your life into the fun, adventurous and exciting story you deserve.

All of this began as a simple love story. Jason first drew his lovable characters for his girlfriend Kim sometime before the turn of the century. They shared a kindred childlike spirit, and Jason used the drawings, which represented the couple as chil- dren, on many homemade gifts designed to win her heart. Luckily for him, this downright sappy ploy helped him to not only win her heart, but also her hand in marriage. The characters took on lives of their own in a comic strip and in 2000, the real Kim and Jason decided to build a company to share the artwork and its in- spiring message. The strip was officially retired in 2007, but the wild ride to rid the world of Adultitis has continued on at full speed.

Kim and Jason founded The Cure Adultitis Institute and the creation of “Escape Adulthood,” a company that helps people rediscover the secrets of childhood in or- der to build better lives, businesses, and teams. Get a sneak peak by visiting his website: http://EscapeAdulthood.com 




Cindy Cooper, RN AE-C

"Managing Moderate & Severe Asthma"

Cindy is a seasoned RN with more than 30 years experience in healthcare.  She is a certified Asthma educator. 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Ashfield Healthcare December 2014 to Current West Region Field Trainer/Coach Assist with new hires entering the field. Provide on-going mentoring and coaching to field team, along with development of their personal excellence as nurse educators

Ashfield Healthcare January 2014 to November 2014 Educator/Nurse Partner Provide program education to clinical staff and education to patients for approved Enbrel indication Assist with field training/coaching team members

Ashfield Healthcare November 2008 to December 2013 Northwest and Northern California Regional Asthma Nurse Educator Provided asthma education to nursing staff in clinics; specialty, primary care, and hospitals across the Northwest and Northern California. Sponsored by Novartis and Genentech Pharmaceuticals. Contributions

CERTIFICATION

  • Certified Asthma Educator School Nursing
  • Educational Staff Associate Course

EDUCATION

  • Bellevue Community College Bellevue, Washington Associate Degree in Nursing
  • PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY AFFILIATIONS
  • Genentech Speaker Bureau: 2014 to Current
  • Association of Asthma Educators: Executive Board - President 2015 Executive Board 2014 – President-Elect Board of Directors 2011-2013: Chair 2012 Annual Conference Portland, OR
  • American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Washington State: Washington Asthma Initiative (WAI) Steering Committee School Nurse Organization of Washington: (2000-2011)
  • American Lung Association of the Northwest: Asthma Educator Institute Faculty (2005-2008); Washington Asthma Initiative: Steering Committee (2007); Community-based Activities Committee (2006- 2007); Washington State Asthma Plan Project Team; Community and Schools Workgroup; Healthcare Practitioner Support Group (2004-2006); Asthma Management in Educational Settings (AMES) II Revision Committee (2004)
  • ACE Speaker Program, Genentech (2006-2008) Founder Southwest Washington Asthma Coalition (2005) 






Dr. Lisa Kreber
"Neuroplasticity"
 
Senior Neuroscientist/Research Coordinator Centre for Neuro Skills (CNS) Clinical Research & Education Foundation (CREF)

Dr. Lisa Kreber has worked in the field of brain injury since 1999. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Iowa and then went to the University of Colorado at Boulder where she received her Master's and Doctorate degrees in Psychology and Neuroscience. Upon completion of her degrees, Dr. Kreber began her current position as senior neuroscientist and research coordinator for the Centre for Neuro Skills. Dr. Kreber is involved in developing clinical and research protocols, mentoring clinician-researchers at CNS, and working with patients and therapists to optimize patient outcomes after brain injury. In 2009, Dr. Kreber became a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS).

Dr. Kreber is the Director of the Clinical Research and Education Foundation (CREF) at Centre for Neuro Skills. This foundation focuses on developing research collaborations with other facilities and universities around the country to better serve individuals with brain injury. Dr. Kreber has contributed to the field of brain injury via several publications and speaking at brain-injury related conferences. Her professional interests include predicting outcome following brain injury, neuroendocrine dysfunction, and neuroimaging. 



Jennifer Johnson

American Parkinson Disease Association

DEGREES:                    Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma,

                                        Bachelor of Science in Leisure

                                        Specialization: Therapeutic Recreation, 1994

PROFESSIONAL HISTORY:

Executive Director, American Parkinson Disease Association, Oklahoma Chapter,

 February, 2008 to present. 

  • Administrates all finances, writes grants, and acts as Business Development manager within the Information & Referral Center
  • Reviews strengths and weaknesses and trains new volunteers and support group leaders
  • Markets all aspects of the program including graphic arts as well as 1:1 marketing, with the community
  • Advises Chapter board regarding financial concerns and obligations of the organization on a regular basis including completion of annual chapter financial reports and 6-month reports
  • Represents APDA in various community councils and task forces as well as marketing opportunities so as to stay involved and maintain awareness in the community
  • Facilitates APDA sponsored support groups within the surrounding communities
  • Counsels, case manages, and assesses needs for resources in the community and assists clients to seek out resources needed.
  • Identifies sources for operating funds and organizes fund raisers in the community
  • Manages data base of 6000+ clients within the region
  • Coordinates multiple free annual conferences for clients in the region
  • Organizes and speaks at multiple public events throughout the year, both educational and promotional
  • Serves as Asst State Director in Oklahoma for the Parkinson’s Action Network

  • COMMITTEES:   

American Parkinson Disease Association – Oklahoma Chapter –
                                                          Board member - February, 2008-Present
 
Patient Education Committee Chair – Kaiser Rehab – June, 2006-2007

Therapy Recruitment and and Retention Council – Kaiser Rehab - June,

2006-2007

Team Building Committee – Kaiser Rehab - June, 2006-2007

Health & Wellness Program Chair – Kaiser Rehab - June, 2006-2007

Support Group Facilitator (SCI/PD) – Kaiser Rehab - June, 2006-2007

Caregivers Support Group Facilitator – Kaiser Rehab - June, 2006-2007


















































































Vicki Holler

"Gold Medal Rehabilitation"--The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges.

Director of Member Services for The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges

 

For greater than 25 years I have worked with individuals with disability in therapeutic recreation, I have developed strong skills in organizing, managing, and developing various documention, evaluation, and treatment strategies.  I am a dedicated advocate of recreation as an intervention to meet the needs of various populations.

Education:

                  1981 –1985         Bachelor’s of Science Degree in therapeutic recreation with a minor in sociology from Oklahoma State University.

                  1987 – 1991        Master’s of Science Degree in therapeutic recreation from Oklahoma State University.

Employment:

                  2003 – present – Director of Member Services at The Center for Individual with Physical Challenges;  Review all applications for membership, evaluation of all new members and oversee re-evaluation.  Supervise the Outreach and Transitional Services program.

                  1996 – 2003 -Recreational Therapist III at St. John’s Healthcare Systems;  Responsible for evaluation, documentation, and providing appropriate interventions with patients on a physical rehabilitation unit.  Also provide education and training to patients and their families relating to community re-entry and leisure needs.  Function as an internship supervisor.

                  1992 – 1996 -Activities Therapy Director at Laureate Psychiatric Hospital;  Organize and manage activities therapies program implemented by recreational, occupational, and art therapist.  Responsibilities include: quality assurance, employee evaluation, annual budget, program evaluation, policy and procedure development, and facility management in accordance with accrediting agencies. 

Organizations:

Therapeutic Recreation Association of Oklahoma
National Recreation & Park Association
Commission on the Concerns of Tulsans with Disabilities






Cathy Young, RN BC RAC-CT

Clinical Director, Phoenix Healthcare

Cathy Young is the Director of Clinical Services at Phoenix Healthcare LLC with responsibility for coordination of clinical operations, clinical leadership development, training, coordination of regulatory compliance, and policy and procedure development.

Young brings more than 31 years of long-term/skilled experience to the industry. She joined Phoenix Healthcare in 2009 from Tulsa Nursing Center, where she served as the Director of Nursing for that long-term care facility for 27 years, leading that team to positive clinical outcomes and excellent survey results.

Clinical education includes licensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse, prior to becoming a Registered Nurse. Further, Young holds certification in Gerontological Nursing from the American Nurse’s Credentialing Center, is a licensed nursing home administrator, and a certified Resident Assessment Coordinator. Recently, she obtained status as an INTERACT instructor through training at the Florida Atlantic University and is able to train and educate on this system for safely preventing avoidable re-hospitalizations. 








Dr. Kris Parchuri

"Go for the Gold---Latest in Spine & Ortho Care"

Fellowship Trained Spine Surgeon
Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE    

The Orthopaedic Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma

  •   Private Practice (March 15, 2012 – Present) 

Orthopedic and Spine Center of Oklahoma, Tulsa, Oklahoma

  •   Private Practice (March 1, 2010  – Present)

Integrated Medical Services-Valley Orthopedics, Phoenix, Arizona

  • Private Practice (September 15, 2008 – February 28, 2010)

POST-GRADUATE TRAINING

Texas Back Institute, Plano, Texas

  • Spine Surgery Fellowship (August 2007 – July 2008)

                  Oklahoma State University Medical Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma

  • Orthopedic Surgery Residency (July 2002 – June 2007)     

EDUCATION
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences,
Kansas City, Missouri

  • Degree:  D.O., June 2002

Austin College, Sherman, Texas

  • Degree:  Bachelor of Arts, May 1996          Majors: Biology and Psychology

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • North American Spine Society, American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics,

American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American Osteopathic Association, Oklahoma Osteopathic Association, Tulsa County Medical Society

 

LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS

  • Oklahoma Medical License, #4109, issued in July 2003
  • Texas Medical License, M6328, issued April 2007
  • Arizona Medical License, #4737, issued Sept 2007
  • Florida Medical License, OS 11254, issued March 2011, inactive
  • Kansas Medical License, #05-33854, issued July 2009, inactive

HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS

  • Hillcrest Medical Center, 1120 S Utica Ave, Tulsa, OK 74104. 
  • Hillcrest Hospital South, 8801 S 101st E Ave, Tulsa, OK 74133. 
  • Tulsa Spine & Specialty Hospital, 6901 S Olympia Ave, Tulsa, OK 74132. 
  • Pinnacle Specialty Hospital, 2408 E 81st St, Suite 600, Tulsa, OK 74137.  





Julie Niemann
Flourish Strategic Account Executive

Julie Niemann is a Strategic Account Executive with Insignia Health.   She received a B.S. degree in Health Care Administration from Northern State University. Julie is currently working with organizations to access their patient’s level of engagement in managing their own health care. She has been active in health care administration in long term care and Oncology, as well as an EMR & Meaningful Use Expert.
































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